The shortage of skilled security personnel, complex compliance requirements, incessantly evolution of cyberattacks, and perilous insider threats continue to be the most prominent ongoing cybersecurity challenges. As companies look to transition to a new normal in 2022 and beyond, this stage will focus on the key trends that security teams must know to navigate the crisis.
When and Where?
📅 On MyConnector, on November 11, from the comfort of you own space.
Mircea Geoană, Deputy Secretary-General NATO will hold the Official Cybersecurity Stage Opening Ceremony on our Cybersecurity Stage and we are very thankful for that.
Sergiu Zaharia, Cyber Security and Privacy Officer at Huawei Technologies Romania & Moldova, along with Adrian Floarea, CEO at certSIGN will warm up our virtual stage for an amazing day with the latest news on the topic.
Let's see what we have on the menu here ⬇️
Cybersecurity Stage @GoTech World 2021 – November 11
🟠 10:45 - 11:15 Dragoș Drajenanu, Mobile Solutions Specialist at certSIGN & Alexandru Luca, Mobile Division Manager at certSIGN
Mobile challenges in a pandemic business environment!
During the last period of time, the mobile landscape suffered a high number of complex security threats as a consequence of the increased number of mobile programs adopted by private companies and legal entities.
🟠 11:15 - 11:45 Righard Zwienenberg, Senior Research Fellow at ESET
Multiplicity Factors of Adults
If you like to learn the word and the actions forthcoming from that, join Righard Zwienenberg on 11 October at 11:15, when he will make you rediscover that Forbidden Word. And it’s not what you now anticipate reading this text!
🟠 11:45 - 12:15 Roxana Ionescu, Partner, Head of the Data Protection practice, NNDKP (Nestor Nestor Diculescu Kingston Petersen)
The wind of change - cybersecurity regulations receive a boost with the proposed NIS 2 Directive
Cybersecurity needs are constantly evolving and the regulations in this area always seem to play catch-up. This is also reflected in: • the avalanche of internal norms adopted for the implementation of the first Directive on security of network and information systems (the 2016 NIS 1 Directive); but also in • the announced proposal to replace NIS 1 with NIS 2 - a new directive on measures for a high common level of cybersecurity across the European Union. Matching the reality of cybersecurity with the regulatory requirements in this field may be challenging and requires constant communication within organizations, not only at the IT and security level, but at management and operation levels as well.
🟠12:30 - 13:00 Martin Borrett IBM Distinguished Engineer, CTO IBM Security EMEA at IBM
Reduce the risk of business disruption and ransomware with Zero Trust
This session will also provide you the guidance on how you go on your own zero trust journey starting for example with a no-cost Zero Trust Framing and Discovery Workshop.
🟠13:00 - 13:30 Sian John, Director of Security Business Development and Strategic Growth, Microsoft
Zero Trust – Never Trust, Always Verify
Helping future proof your security posture begins with a Zero Trust approach.
🟠 13:30 – 14:00 Koen Vanhees, Security Operations Manager Cegeka
Prepare to be attacked – a case study
In this presentation, Koen will show how its Security Operations Center deals with a security incident of global proportions, in a real-life example.
🟠 14:30 - 15:00 Bogdan Ștefănescu CEE Channel Sales Specialist | Unstructured Data Solutions at Dell Technologies
Data Protection in the age of Ransomware
Cyberattacks like ransomware are sophisticated and the reality is that no organization is immune.
🟠 15:00 - 15:30 Bogdan Costea, Head of Information Security at ING Bank România
Shift left security
By shifting security towards the development process we can achieve faster time to market and more secure applications and services.
🟠 15:30 - 16:00 Corey Patrick White, Partner / SVP Intelligence Future Point of View
Deepfakes, Downstream Attacks, and Corporate Catfishing: Understanding the Future of Cybercrime
Corey helps attendees peer into the future to examine how cybercrime will evolve.
🟠 16:00 - 16:30 Charl van der Walt, Global Head of Security Research at Orange Cyberdefence
Trust is infrastructure – and why building trust requires trusting each other
In this presentation, we make the argument that information systems need to be trusted, to be trusted they need to be secure, and to be secure they need us to think about risk in a different way.
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